back seam это:

back seam
задний шов (коврового покрытия)

Англо-русский строительный словарь. 2013.

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  • Back seam — A back seam is a seam (joining) that runs vertically down the center back of a garment. It can be used to create anatomical shaping to the back portion of a garment particularly through the waist area and hips. It can also be used for styling and …   Wikipedia

  • Back closure — A back closure is a fastener (such as a zipper or button(s)) on the rear of a garment, most commonly one made for females. They were a common feature of women s and girls clothes in the past, and were the preferred choice of some women for more… …   Wikipedia

  • Seam allowance — is the area between the edge and the stitching line on two (or more) pieces of material being stitched together. Seam allowances can range from 1/4 inch wide (6.35 mm) to as much as several inches. Commercial patterns for home sewers have seam… …   Wikipedia

  • seam — [ sim ] noun count 1. ) a line of stitches that joins two pieces of cloth: The seam at the back of your skirt has split. a ) a line where two pieces of metal, wood, etc. have been joined 2. ) a long thin layer of something such as coal under the… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • back|stitch — «BAK STIHCH», noun, verb. –n. stitching or a stitch in which the thread doubles back each time on the preceding stitch. –v.t., v.i. to sew with such stitches: »The seam of your dress will be stronger if you backstitch it …   Useful english dictionary

  • seam — n. & v. n. 1 a line where two edges join, esp. of two pieces of cloth etc. turned back and stitched together, or of boards fitted edge to edge. 2 a fissure between parallel edges. 3 a wrinkle or scar. 4 a stratum of coal etc. v.tr. 1 join with a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Seam ripper — A seam ripper or stitch ripper is a small tool used for unpicking stitches.The most common form consists of a handle, shaft and head. The head is usually forked with one side of the fork flattening out and becoming a blade and the other side… …   Wikipedia

  • seam — UK [siːm] / US [sɪm] noun [countable] Word forms seam : singular seam plural seams 1) a) a line of stitches that joins two pieces of cloth The seam at the back of your skirt has split. b) a line where two pieces of metal, wood etc have been… …   English dictionary

  • seam — 1. noun a) A folded back and stitched piece of fabric; especially, the stitching that joins two or more pieces of fabric. b) A suture. 2. verb a) To put together with a seam …   Wiktionary

  • seam — [OE] A seam is etymologically a joint made by ‘sewing’. The word goes back to a prehistoric Germanic *saumaz (source also of German saum, Dutch zoom, Swedish söm, and Danish søm), which was derived from the base *sau , the ancestor of English sew …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • seam — [OE] A seam is etymologically a joint made by ‘sewing’. The word goes back to a prehistoric Germanic *saumaz (source also of German saum, Dutch zoom, Swedish söm, and Danish søm), which was derived from the base *sau , the ancestor of English sew …   Word origins

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